In the fourth novella, we see Celaena put in a rough position as she needs to decide what she truly wants while also trying to break free of Arobynn’s hold on her. Faced with the slave trade once again, Celaena and Sam team up once more to see if they can solve her problems together.
Celaena is on her trek through the desert to meet with the Mute Master and gain his approval or be disowned by Arobynn back in Rifthold. Put in close quarters with strangers for the first time in a long time, Celaena needs to learn what she really wants.
After having returned to Arobynn and revealed that she freed 200 slaves, a beaten and bruised Celaena has been banished to train with The Mute Master in the Red Desert. On her way there, she stops in a hellish hovel of a town called Innish where she meets an interesting young healer.
Arobynn's best are charged with doing business with Pirate Lord, Captain Rolfe, and end up in a situation neither of them particularly likes... The slave trade.
Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for providing me with an eARC of the book. One of my most anticipated reads of the year and so far my favourite read of the year, Casey McQuiston's debut novel, Red, White & Royal Blue, follows an enemies to lovers romance plot between the son of the first female... Continue Reading →
After a hectic month of personal-life turmoil and this general vibe of this book taking forever to get through, we have finally reached the end of Heir of Fire.
This review is brought to you by Penguin Canada and Tundra Books. Thanks to the publishers for providing me with copies of the first two MEGABAT books.
February has been a bit of a rough month, but I've made it through and did a decent amount of reading at the same time!